mutual knowledge

mutual knowledge

‘the necessary respect’ which the social analyst must have for the ‘authenticity’ of the social actor's knowledge (Giddens, 1984) Mutual knowledge is not corrigible in the light of any social science findings; it is the condition of coming up with any findings.
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Casaubon, might have remained longer unfelt by Dorothea if she had been encouraged to pour forth her girlish and womanly feeling--if he would have held her hands between his and listened with the delight of tenderness and understanding to all the little histories which made up her experience, and would have given her the same sort of intimacy in return, so that the past life of each could be included in their mutual knowledge and affection--or if she could have fed her affection with those childlike caresses which are the bent of every sweet woman, who has begun by showering kisses on the hard pate of her bald doll, creating a happy soul within that woodenness from the wealth of her own love.
These three visionary characters possessed a mutual knowledge of the missing document.
He called for identifying avenues of action to support dialogue through the development of mutual knowledge among followers of religions, and in this area can take some action of a practical nature, such as the establishment of joint intellectual institutions to carry out this task.
The objectives of the Foundation are to: a) contribute to the strengthening of the CELAC-EU bi-regional partnership process involving participation and inputs of civil society and other social actors; b) encourage further mutual knowledge and understanding between both regions; c) enhance the mutual visibility between both regions, as well as of the bi-regional partnership itself.
CAIRO, Nov 16 (KUNA) -- The 10th Kuwaiti Week held in Egypt will further improve the already "distinctive" relations between the two countries, and will consolidate mutual knowledge and exchange of expertise, Kuwaiti officials told KUNA Thursday.
Moreover, conferees urged Islamic and Christian educational institutions to find formulas for deliberation, cooperation and openness in the educational curricula, encouraging them to think about developing joint programs that promote more mutual knowledge and acquaintance, creating an atmosphere of religious, national and human partnership.
He sees the most promise in conversation between religion and science, in which each can inform the other to advance potential mutual knowledge (p.
And the maritime theme continues with the Jorge Lopez Navarrete's Cork Short Film Nominee Little Block Of Cement With Dishevelled Hair Containing The Sea in which "a dog and a mare embark upon a voyage together, the differences between them become inevitably clearer," while, at the same time "the profound mutual knowledge they develop over time shows the potential to suddenly produce a luminous moment between the two".
This new, practical approach to interreligious dialogue marks a shift from the more traditional discussions aimed at mutual knowledge and understanding to a greater emphasis on planned collaboration for social projects.
Art, as body made visible, allows mutual knowledge and also selfknowledge, making configurable those primary energies, which Schiller called the sensuous drive.
The purpose of the conference series, as well as the book, was for practitioners to come together with scholars as equals to discuss their mutual knowledge of and experience with cultures indigenous to this part of the world.
It entails future academic cooperation between PSSP and RIPP through; exchange of visiting scholars and research fellow, capacity building activities such as technical training, workshops and seminars, academic information including working papers, research papers, books, magazines and data sets through mutual knowledge sharing network.

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